Both spiral duct and rectangular duct are commonly used in HVAC systems, and each has its advantages and disadvantages.
The choice of whether to use rectangular or spiral duct depends on several factors, including the HVAC system’s airflow requirements, space constraints, and the duct’s insulation properties.
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In buildings with low ceiling heights and other space restrictions, rectangular duct can be the better option.
Because width and height are two different measurements for rectangular duct, each can be determined separately during fabrication. That’s how the duct can be customized to fit the tightest spaces. This is especially useful when replacing duct in older commercial buildings which may have been built originally without central air in mind, or where replacing older rectangular duct is the only option.
Rectangular duct can be cut or modified more easily on site when problems occur during installation, so it makes a good choice for projects where digital building information models are not available and conflict avoidance planning has not been completed.
Spiral duct has several advantages over rectangular duct, including improved airflow, less leakage, quieter operation, and better aesthetics.
In modern design, spiral duct is preferred because of its sleek and modern appearance, which can enhance the look of the building’s interior design. In many of today’s commercial buildings, such as retail spaces, restaurants, and hotels, the HVAC duct and vents are visible near the ceiling, and spiral duct allows for an architecturally pleasing aesthetic.
Spiral duct is often superior in the mechanics of operation too. It allows for:
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At TCG Duct, we can provide all or part of your HVAC ductwork needs. Our goal is to partner with our customers in ways that make the entire workflow from order to installation a seamless exercise in time and cost savings.
Your project is priced from a Material List or via a take off from prints you provide, and The Cincinnatus Group works hard to meet your most exacting standards.
In addition to duct, we can source and supply all the fittings, connectors, transitions, and accessories you may need. That makes us an excellent one-stop source for anything related to commercial construction using the best in HVAC ductwork.
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